(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Alpha"

II 



WF 



m HI 

mm 



wsmm 



m 



■r 



s\ 






SBm 



m 




mm 



m 



•MP H / I 

m m mm B 1J 

I 

S HI H 



II HHH m 

mm ■HiiilHiH 



Era IP 
■■HK 



firaPeSttSaawSlMa 






hi n BnBH 

PHHI HraffiBI 



in 

HJH B H lffl 



n 

H§8Sj 

mm 
Nagfi! 
II 






Hffl 



4 



■HHHffiSHIll 

BMHBHiiBIMISMBMl 

m mm 






111 H 

o&m l$ii sin liiilil 



tflllggl 



HH i 

H 






Bl 



Hi 
iS§Ssli 



mam 



mm 



m 



nlflill 



m 

lilnllil 



s»? 



n HI 

H HiB 

BHHH 



wBsm 




Aoha 



Gl*u aj 1944 




Editor-in-Chief 

Georgia McNamee 

Literary Editor 

Claire Lonergan 

Art Editor 

Edith Rowell 

Business Manager 
Edna Matta 

Treasurer 

Rose Mellios 

Advertising 

Anna Mezzanotte 

Photography 

Mary Sheehan 



State Teachers College 

Bridgewater, Massachusetts 




Ded ication 



~Je tL ylden o\ ' 44 

1/Un.a cvce Ttahluia rat Uictetu 
J-o litem- . . . 

I/Uketvet tkeu wiclw be . . . 

l/Ve A,eA,icate oux. ity44 <=4-lvka 



Arthur Alden 
Michael Antone 
Harry Averill 
Earle Bagnall 
William Blount 



Paul Clifford 
Robert Connolly 
James Dee 
Joseph Dzenawagis 
Edmund Frazer 



Everett Britton 
Robert Bruni 
William Buckley 
George Chassey 
Robert Clemence 



Ralph Herlihy 
Bernard La Couture 
John La Spada 
Olivio Lopes 
John Noonan 



John Ortenzi 




J&ltit L I\elli4 



President 







tke \^L 



a££ a- 



i4 



Greetings: 

As you go forth to begin your work as teachers you will 
find that facts were never more important than they are today; you 
will find, too, that students must be informed and trained to think. 
But these things are just means to ends. The test of a liberal education 
is to be found in the attitude of mind developed in the learner rather 
than in the mere accumulation of facts and the mastery of techniques. 
The question is not, "how much information has the person, nor how 
skillful is he?" The question is "is the person socially minded; what 
use does he make of his social privileges; how does he meet his social 
obligations and civic responsibilities?" If we fail to cultivate a liberal 
and courageous spirit, tolerance and open-mindedness, a genuine desire 
to improve humanity, our failure is complete. There is no real virtue 
in mere stores of knowledge, mere erudition. Books and libraries are 
better repositories of facts than are the minds of men. 

Let the motto of your college, "Not to be ministered unto 
but to minister," be the foundation upon which you will build your 
educational philosophy. May you enioy success and happiness in your 
chosen profession. 





F A 




C U L T Y 



zr^/c 



at it 14 



JOSEPH I. ARNOLD 

Sociology 
History 



EDITH H. BRADFORD 

Modern Languages 





MARY I. CALDWELL 

Physical Education 



JULIA C. CARTER 

Head Librarian 
Library • 





MARY M. CROWLEY 
Art 



RUTH E. DAVIS 

Director of Training 
Philosophy of Education 





JOHN L. DAVOREN 

English 
History 



LOIS L. DECKER 

Physical Education 








. czr^. J-* O. 



CHARLES E. DONER 

Penmanship 



E. IRENE GRAVES 

Biological Sciences 





M. KATHERINE HILL 

Speech 
Literature 



PAUL HUFFINGTON 

Geography 

Geology 

Climatology 





BRENELLE HUNT 

Psychology 



T. LEONARD KELLY 

Science 





OLIVE LOVETT 

English 



RUTH I. LOW 

English 



IVA V. LUTZ 

Education 
Psychology 



PEARL D. McMULLEN 
History 




fc 





DOROTHY D. NUTTER 
Art 



S. ELIZABETH POPE 

Dean of Women 





FRIEDA RAND 

Music 



MARY V. SMITH 
History 



TH I 





LOUIS C. STEARNS 
Gardening 
Greenhouse 



BALFOUR S. TYNDALL 

Physics 
Geography 
Dean of Men 







FREDERICK L. WOOD 

Mathematics 
Economics 



GLADYS L. ALLEN 
Grade 2 





LOUISE H. EORCHERS 

Grades 4 and 5 



EVELYN LINQUIST 
Principal of 
Training School 





NEVA I. LOCKWOOD 
Grade 6 



MARY L. MARKS 

Kindergarten 





GRACE RIDDELL 

Grades 2 and 3 



GERTRUDE M. ROGERS 
Grade 1 






HELEN E. SLEEPER 

Grade 4 



GRACE E. SMITH 
Grade 1 



CHARLOTTE THOMPSON 
Grade 3 



A. MABELLE WARNER 

Grade 5 




- v* takani Life* amount 

<=?^t 4 the tittle tluna* tit at count 



J Mot to be mutizteteA, 

unto but to min-L&te 



» 



S E N I O 



R S 





Margaret Austin 


Eleanor Bordeaux 


New Bedford 


Barre 


Elementary 


Elementary 


Joyce Bailey 


Evelyn Brega 


Bridgewater 


Brockton 


English 


French — English 


Eleanor Blaine 


Marie Buzzi 


Brockton 


Quincy 


English 


Elementary 


Virginia Boarn 


Mary Campbell 


Onset 


Braintree 


Elementary 


Elementary 



■118 > 



Eleanor Chace 



Eleanor Cook. 



North Dartmouth 


Braintree 


Elementary 


English 


Elaine Clapp 


Anastasia Coperan 


North Weymouth 


Haverhill 


Elementary 


Elementary 


Eleanor Clegg 


Fleurette Coulombe 


Seekonk 


New Bedford 


English 


French — English 


Dorothy Condrick. 


Alice Daunheimer 


East Weymouth 


Holyoke 


English 


Elementary 




w\ 



Mary Diamond 



Brockton 
Social Studies 



Mary Driscoll 



Taunton 
Elementary 



Ilda Di Mascio 



Quincy 

Elementary 



Madeleine Dugger 

West Medfbrd 
Math — Science 



Alice Doran 



Taunton 

Elementary 



Rosemary Durant 

Springfield 
Elementary 



Beulah Downs 



Wellfleet 

Elementary 



Marie Eagan 



Somerset 
Math — Science 




120} 




Josephine Fanara 


Sarah Franco 


Waltham 


East Falmouth 


Social Studies 


Elementary 


Ruth Farrell 


Arlene Hill 


Fall River 


Brockton 


English 


English 


Mary Flaherty 


Eleanor Hippler 


Quincy 


East Braintree 


Social Studies 


Elementary 


Alice Foley 


Kathryn Hoye 


Norwood 


New Bedford 


French — English 


English 



{21} 




Isabel Hughes 



Brookline 
English 



Laura Kenslea 

Watertown 
Elementary 



Mary Iannoni 



Brockton 

Social Studies 



Gladys Kerr 



Rockport 
Social Studies 



Phyllis Jenness 

South Natick 
Math — Science 



Catherine Kula 

Taunton 
Elementary 



Marie Kennedy 

Dorchester 

Social Studies 



{22 > 



Inez Le Beau 



Vineyard Haven 
Elementary 



Claire Lonergan 

Brockton 
Elementary 



Ann Mezzanotte 

Medfield 
English 



Edna Matta 



Brockton 
Math. — English 



Alyce Mullxns 



Brockton 
Elementary 



Georgia McNamee 

Jamaica Plain 
Social Studies 



Mary Moriarty 

Brockton 
Elementary 



Rose Mellios 



Boston 

History — English 



Jeanette Mulvey 

Fairhaven 
Elementary 




<23> 



Theo Newcombe 




CONCETTA PASSERO 


Methuen 




East Weymouth 


English 




Social Studies 


Ethel Nicholson 




Miriam Peltonen 


Quincy 




South Easton 


Elementary 




English 


Katherine Oldham 




Mary Pitaro 


Brockton 




Brockton 


Elementary 




Math 


Ann O'Neil 




Marguerite Plante 


South Weymouth 


Boston 


Elementary 




Elementary 




{24} 




Phyllis Powell 


Edith Rowell 


Middleboro 


Weymouth 


Elementary 


Elementary 


Barbara Reynolds 


Lillian Ruboy 


North Dartmouth 


Mattapan 


Elementary 


English 


Marion Roche 


Ruth Santry 


Hingham 


North Weymouth 


English 


Elementary 


Richard Roche 


Mary Sheehan 


Bridgewater 


Quincy 


Social Studies 


Elementary 



425} 




Jean Torrey 



Attleboro 

Elementary 



Evelyn Whiting 

Haverhill 
Elementary 



Patricia Vogel 



Randolph 

Elementary 



Sarah Woodard 

Elmwood 
Elementary 



Mary Waterman 

East Bridgewater 
English 



Doris Wordell 



Fall River 

Elementary 



Evelyn Crosby 



Randolph 
English 



Caroline Gilmore 

Acushnet 
Elementary 



Mary Fitzgerald 

Quincy 
English 



426} 



<z^/o'cwie'c y l/lembcc^ vj; tlte k^Lh^ 



*Alden, Arthur 
*Antone, Michael 
*Averill, Harry 
*Bagnall, Earle 

Beaupre, Pauline 
*Blount, William 

Brady, Florence 
*Britton, Everett 
*Bruni, Robert 

Buck, Marcia 
*Buckley, William 

Carbonara, Pauline 

Carroll, Marjorie 
*Chassey, George 

Clarkson, Lois 
*Clemence, Robert 
*Clifford, Paul 
*Connolly, Robert 

Conroy, Margaret 

Cushing, Margaret 

Cushman, Ruth 
*Dee, James 

Doel, Dorothy 
*Dolan, Arthur 

Dowd, Margaret 
*Dzenowagis, Joseph 

Fallon, Theresa 
*Farrell, Leonard 
*Fihelly, Ruth 

Forte, Dina 

Francis, Jean 

Francis, Lucille 



*Frazer, Edmund 
Goldthwaite, Dorothy 
Goodman, Harriette 
Gottschalk, Sophie 
Hayward, Helen 

*Herlihy, Ralph 
Hinckley, Phyllis 
Karelitz, Shirley 
Keeler, Karolyn 
La Belle, Dorothy 

*La Couture, Bernard 

*Lanzillo, Charles 

*la Spada, John 

*Lopes, Olivio 
Mayhew, Ella 

*McKenzie, Harold 
McNeill, Mary 
Murstein, Beatrice 

*Noonan, John 
O'Byrne, Frances 
Osborne, Marion 
Paradise, Ann 
Pierce, Doris 
Reilly, Mary 
Sattler, Mildred 
Stanton, Frances 
Starkey, Mary 
Sullivan, Barbara 
Thompson, Marion 

*Tolivaisa, Newton 
Tolpin, Jean 

*Zatuchny, Leonard 



Zeidman, Dorothy 



Now serving in the Armed Forces of the United States of America. 



•{27} 




t 



ULat 



f 




ate a 



{ 1944 



It was an eventful experience, that 
first day in Bridgewater that terrifying day 
of new faces and angel robes. Were the 
bewildered freshman at Waterloo so soon? 
Not we! 

We soon became acquainted with 
such personalities as only a sophomore 
class could possess. Initiation week under 
their kindly (?) guidance was pretty 
hectic. Who has forgotten the popular 




"rag-curl" hairdo, the varied signs which 
gave each of us identity, and the midnight 
walk of the freshmen boys! 

Upon our return to a more normal 
life, we discovered that our class was com- 
posed of outstanding individuals which 
made it an outstanding class! 

It was during our freshmen year 
we received our introduction to speech- 
making in the auditorium! We can't 
forget the pounds we lost 
« while waiting in the pause 
between the Miss — or Mr. — 
and the fortunate name of 
the one who was to give his 
speech. Sincere appreciation 
of this course came later. 

Time passed quickly. 
The night before the Christ- 
mas vacation we attended 
the most beautiful banquet 
of the year, the Christmas 
dinner. 

After a restful vaca- 
tion we came back to face 
the inevitable grind, prepa- 
ration for mid-years. Who 
of us can forget the red- 
letter day in Miss Pope's 
social usage class when she 
presented us with our first 
report cards and we in turn 
breathed a "Thank You" 
followed by a question mark! 
With April, however, 
came spring and with spring, 
spring fever. We freshmen 
recovered in time to finish 
the year successfully. We 
arose, our arms laden with 
oak boughs in tribute to the 
seniors. At last we were 
sophomores! 



College got off to a beautiful start 
the fall of '41. We were the sophomore 
class and we didn't let anyone forget it, 
least of all the unhappy freshmen. We 
were able to look down upon them with a 
genuine air of superiority. They did dis- 
cover after that first week that we were 
human. 

Old friendships were revived and 
new ones were made. We were more or 
less familiar with the college now. How 
we enjoyed our new seats in the auditorium, 
the drugstore snacks between classes, and 
dancing in the gym at noon! 

None of us will ever forget Decem- 
ber 7 of our sophomore year — nor the noon 
of December 8 when the whole college 
sat stunned in the auditorium while over 
the radio President Roosevelt formally 
declared war, after the treacherous attack 
on Pearl Harbor. 

A new seriousness enveloped the 
college. Boys who had given little thought 
to fighting enlisted and in less than a week's 
time our own sophomore class had proudly 
lost some of its members. 

After Christmas vacation we were 
besieged by a myriad of activities. Basket- 
ball games claimed the attention of Bridge- 
water fans for several exciting evenings. 
On February 13 Mardi Gras, the colorful 
biennial celebration of the French Club, 
was held amid gay surroundings at Boyden 
gym. In March the orchestra concert 
took place in the Horace Mann auditorium, 
and on May 1 the Women's Glee Club 
presented its concert in the same hall. 

"Bridgewater can do it!" and 
Bridgewater did it. Who can forget the 



days we spent at 200 Newbury Street 
straightening out the broken, disarranged 
packages of gasoline rationing cards which 
reached the State Department in such a 
state of upheaval. 

W. A. A. held its annual banquet on 
May 20 with Miss Priscilla Nye, a former 
faculty member as guest speaker. On Fri- 
day evening, May 29, Bridgewater night 
at Pops was enjoyed. 

We existed through exams that first 
beautiful week in June, and then before we 
realized it, we were juniors. 



This September we tripped gaily 
back to B. T. C. to see what the junior 
year had in store for us, to see our new 
schedules, and to view in the casual man- 
ner so characteristic of juniors the new 
freshmen — quite an inspiring sight to be 
sure. 

The rumbling of furniture being 
moved from its old location by the rotunda 
to the new office, formerly Mr. Durgin's 
old "math" room aroused our curiosity. 
We soon discovered that the old office 
was to be a reception room donated to 
the college by the Plymouth County 




TrO-JAi^fe School 



Teachers Association and the Alumni 
Association. 

A program was planned for alumni 
weekend with juniors giving their all. 

The highlight of the traditional 
Christmas banquet was the novel gay 
nineties revue. We still laughingly recall 
the rendition of "Der Feuhrer's Face" 
and the carol singing led by Phyllis Jenness 
during a 20 minute blackout! 

Our junior prom anticipated for 
so long was limited to an informal dance 
and party in Tilly but wasn't it fun! 

What one of us doesn't look back 
upon our days at the T. S. with a fondness 
understood only by those who have sur- 
vived that interminable 8-week period? 

The return to B. T. C. in the spring 
was different to say the least. With only 
two exceptions we were a 100% female 
class. Little did we ever dream of such 
happenings when we were freshmen. 

With spring came elections which 
saw many of our capable girls chosen to be 
leaders for our senior year. They included 
Elaine Clapp, president of the senior class; 
Phyllis Jenness, president of S. C. A.; 
Mary Campbell, president of W. A. A.; 
Evelyn Whiting, Dormitory Council presi- 
dent; and Claire Lonergan, president of 
Day Students. 

President Kelly rounded out 25 
years of service with Bridgewater Teachers 
College and we rounded out our junior 
year at the same time. 

The daisy chain replaced the oak 
boughs and then we were seniors. 

We were seniors! The traditional 
cloak of dignity brought to our minds with 
meaningful significance the knowledge that 



our immediate objective had been reached 
— graduation, the culmination of four years 
work at Bridgewater. 

We returned from senior training 
with a new outlook on our profession. 
That eight weeks was a challenge, which 
we met, and from which we emerged with 
our philosophies of education more clearly 
defined. 

We are proud of our place in the 
war effort. Lives have been saved because 
of the blood we donated. We have brought 
victory just a little bit closer with our time 
and money given to the Red Cross. We 
have made the lives of our boys a little 
bit more bearable with our cheerful letters. 

We may not have had so many social 
activities as other graduating classes, but 
we cherish our few just as deeply. We will 
not forget the happy time we had at the 
Day Student supper. Our senior banquet 
will be remembered as a wonderful close 
to our social calendar. 

We have learned to meet exams with 
the fatalistic attitude that only seniors 
can successfully portray. This calm atti- 
tude did not mean indifference, however, 
as was proved by those of us who were 
elected to the national honor society, Kap- 
pa Delta Pi. 

Graduation we faced with mixed 
emotions. There is always sadness in the 
thought that four years of happy comrade- 
ship have come to an end. In our hearts, 
we vowed that graduation would not 
separate us. We were proud of our four 
years at Bridgewater, proud now to take 
our places in the world, and out of the 
corner of our eye, we could see this pride 
reflected in the faces of our faculty and our 
loved ones. 







\^la^ y^yde 



The past saw days on which we stood 

And viewed the days ahead as good. 

We looked not back — but straight ahead 

To golden hours the beacon led. 

Then bombs crashed down from peaceful sky 

To our safe world we said good-bye. 

The present is uncertain times. 

Our boys have gone to distant climes. 

We carry on — our ranks are thin — 

But carry on until they win. 

And then, with them, our task is great 

To build a better future state. 

The future's promise now spells peace 
When times of terror's threat shall cease 
When shaken worlds shall have rebirth 
And joy returns to fill the earth. 
Our Alma Mater still shall guide, 
Forever hold our loving pride. 

Claire Lonergan 





-vvteaauatt 



To those who have so generously 

co-operated in making this yearbook possible 
Alpha extends appreciation: 

To Miss Pope for invaluable financial guidance; 

To Miss Nutter for limitless hours of work as general 
adviser; 

Dr. Maxwell for kindly suggestions as literary 
adviser; 

The Seniors — for their patience and complete un- 
derstanding of the problems of Alpha for 
1944. 



LvuXetataXitate -/Vlewivez* air <^4-lp/ta 



Assistant Editor 
Assistant Literary Editor 
Assistant Art Editor 
Assistant Advertising Editor 
Assistant Business Manager 
Assistant Photography Editor 



Katherine Carroll 

Helen Kolenda 

Mary Begley 

Hannah Leavitt 

Helen Moir 

Dorothy Morton 



{C2} 



<~> enure < == JJ)i'Lect<y f cu 



Austin, Margaret 654 County Street, New Bedford 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Kindergarten-Primary Club 1; Dormitory 
Council 1, 4; Vice President of Tillinghast 4; Library Club 4. 

Bailey, Joyce 747 South Street, Bridgewater 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Senior Class Vice President. 

Blaine, Eleanor 51 Ford Street, Brockton 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Topics-of-the-Day Club 3, 4; Representative to S. C. A. 
3, 4; Corresponding Secretary W. A. A. 2; Recording Secretary W. A. A. 3, Vice 
President 4; Day Student Council Vice President 4. 

Boarn, Virginia 

Kindergarten-Primary Club 1, 2; Vice President of Class 3; First Vice President 
of S. C. A. 4 

Bordeaux, Eleanor Old Dana Road, Barre 

Garden Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3; Kindergarten-Primary Club 4; S. C. A. Treasurer 
4; Kappa Delta Pi 4. 

Brega, Evelyn 113 Wheeler A venue, Brockton 

Dramatic Club 1, 2; French Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4. 

Buzzi, Marie 11 Clarendon Street, Quincy 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Kindergarten-Primary 3, 4, Second Vice President 3; 
W. A. A. Governing Board 3; Assistant Treasurer of Day Student Council 3, 
Treasurer 4; Press Club 4; Glee Club 4. 

Campbell, Mary 160 Town Street, Braintree 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; S. C. A. Representative 1, 2; President of W. A. A. 4, 
Treasurer 3; Class Secretary 3; W. A. A. Governing Board; Student Council 4. 

Chace, Eleanor 22 Robert Street, North Dartmouth 

Garden Club 3; Vice President pro-tem of Tillinghast 3; Kindergarten-Primary 
Club 3, 4. 

Clapp, Elaine 45 Johnson Road, North Weymouth 

Kindergarten-Primary Club 1, 2, 3, 4; W. A. A. Governing Board 3; Lecture 
Fund Committee 3; Dormitory Council 4; Class President 4. 

Clegg, Eleanor Burnley 90 George Street, Seekonk 

W. A. A. Governing Board 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary of Woodward Dormitory 4; 
Student Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Condrick, Dorothy 26 Cedar Street, East Weymouth 

Second Vice President of S. C. A. 4; Chairman of Elections Committee 3; W. A. A. 
Governing Board 1, 2, 3; Newman Club 1; Kindergarten-Primary Club 3. 

■133} 



Cook, Eleanor Benson 7 Wilson Avenue, Braintree 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary Dormitory Council 
4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4. 

Corporan, Anestasia 344 Broadway Street, Haverhill 

Secretary of Class 1; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Co-Chairman Lecture Fund 3; Kinder- 
garten-Primary Club 2, 3, 4; President of Woodward Dormitory 4. 

Coulombe, Fleurette 619 County Street, New Bedford 

Campus Comment 1, 2, 3, 4, News Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4; French Club 
1, 2, 3, 4, Reporter 2, President 3; Topics-of-the-Day Club 1; Press Club 1; 
Secretary of Massachusetts State Teachers College Press Association 3, 4; New- 
man Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Student Fellowship 3. 

Crosby, Evelyn 540 North Main Street, Randolph 

Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Daunheimer, Alice 298 Cabot Street, Holyoke 

Library Club 3, 4; Vice President Pro-tem; Garden Club 1, 2, 3, Vice President 
Pro-tem 3; Dormitory Council 4; S. C. A. Chairman of Handbook 3, 4; President 
Tillinghast Dormitory 4. 

Diamond, Mary 63 West Street, Brockton 

Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 
4; Topics-of-the-Day Club 3; Campus Comment 2, 3, 4, Advertising Manager 
3, 4; Library Club 4. 

DiMascio, Ilda 937 Hancock Street, Quincy 

Dramatic Club 2, 3; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Press Club 3, 4, Vice President 4. 

Doran, Alice 108 Washburn Street, Taunton 

Newman Club 2; Press Club 4. 

Downs, Beulah Wellfleet 

Kindergarten-Primary Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding-Secretary 4; Vice President 
Woodward Dormitory 4. 

Driscoll, Mary 371 Middleboro Avenue, Taunton 

Newman Club 1, 2, 4. 

Dugger, Madeleine 164 Jerome Street, Medford 

W. A. A. Representative 2; Library Club 4; Garden Club 4; Topics-of-the-Day 
Club 4. 

Durant, Rosemary 884 Worthington Street, Springfield 

Library Club 3, 4; Garden Club 3, 4, Vice President Pro-tem 3; W. A. A. Activity 
Director 3; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Tillinghast House Board Proctor 4. 

Eagan, Marie 301 High Street, Somerset 

Newman Club 4; Campus Comment 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Dormitory Council 4; 
Orchestra 1, 2, 4. 

Fanara, Josephine 3 Duddy Avenue, Waltham 

Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3; French Club 1, 2, 3; Topics-of-the-Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

W } 



Farrell, Mary Ruth 783 Second Street, Fall River 

Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Garden Club 3; Library Club 4; Secretary Pro-tem Tilling- 
hast Dormitory 3; Dormitory Counsellor 4; Handbook Committee 3, 4. 

Fitzgerald, Mary 20 Wibird Street, Quincy 

Dramatic Club 1, 2. 

Flaherty, Mary 112 Bates Avenue, Quincy 

Newman Club 3, 4; Topics-of-the-Day Club 3, 4. 

Foley, Alice 57 Highland Street, Norwood 

French Club 1; Campus Comment 1. 

Franco, Sarah Hatchville Road, East Falmouth 

Garden Club 1, 2, 3; Kindergarten-Primary Club 2, 3, 4. 
Gilmore, Catherine 226 Robinson Road, Acushnet 

Hill, Arlene 93 Jacob Street, Brockton 

Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; W. A. A. Governing Board 2. 

Hippler, Eleanor 62 Beechwood Road, East Braintree 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Secretary 4; Chairman, 
Lecture Fund 4. 

Hoye, Kathryn 209 County Street, New Bedford 

Student Council 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Director 4; Glee Club 3, 4; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Vice President 4; Secretary, S. C. A. 4. 

Hughes, Isabel 225 Cypress Street, Brookline 

Glee Club 3, 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Newman Club 3, 4; Library Club 4. 

Iannoni, Mary Catherine 16 Day Avenue, Brockton 

Dramatic Club 3, 4; Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Topics-of-the-Day Club 2, 3, 4, Treas- 
urer 4; W. A. A. Plaque Chairman 4; S. C. A. Civic Chairman 4. 

Jenness, Phyllis Pleasant Street, South Natick 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4, President 4; S. C. A. Representative 1, Presi- 
dent 4. 

Kennedy, Marie 10 Bowdoin Park, Dorchester 

Kenslea, Laura 44 Capitol Street, Watertown 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Campus Comment 1, 2, 3, 4; Kindergarten-Primary Club 
1, 2, 3, Secretary 3; Dormitory Council 4; Treasurer, Woodward Dormitory 4. 

Kerr, Gladys 209 Main Street, Rockport 

Topics-of-the-Day Club 3, 4; Garden Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Campus Comment 
1, 2, 3, 4, Feature Editor 4. 

Kula, Catherine 59 Park Street, Taunton 

Dramatic Club 2, 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3; Topics-of-the-Day Club 2; Newman 
Club 2; W. A. A. Governing Board 4; Press Club 4. 

Le Beau, Inez Main Street, Vineyard Haven 

Garden Club 1, 2; Glee Club 3, 4; Kindergarten-Primary Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4. 

{35} 



Lonergan, Claire 23 Olive Street, Brockton 

Day Student Council Representative 1, President 4; S. C. A. 3, 4; Assistant 
Literary Editor Alpha 3, Literary Editor 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Newman Club 

1, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 3, 4. 

Matta, Edna 36 Appleton Street, Brockton 

French Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Topics- 
of-the-Day Club 4; Campus Comment 4, Alpha Business Manager 4. 

McNamee, Georgia 246 South Huntington Avenue, Jamaica Plain 

Sketch Club 1; Craft Club 1; Library Club 2, 3; Topics-of-the-Day Club 4; 
W. A. A. Representative 1, W. A. A. Activity Director 2, 4; S. C. A. 4; Assistant 
Editor of Alpha 3; Editor-in-Chief 4. 

Mellios, Rose 59 Harrison Avenue, Boston 

French Club 1, 3, 4; Topics-ot-the-Day Club 4; Press Club 4; Newman Club 

2, 3, 4; Campus Comment 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Historian Reporter 4; Library 
Club 4; Treasurer Alpha 4. 

Mezzanotte, Anna IS Pleasant Street, Medfield 

Campus Comment 2, 3; French Club 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Student Fellowship 3; 
W. A. A. Activity Director 3; Garden Club 1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; Advertising 
Manager Alpha 4; Dormitory Council 2, 3. 

Moriarty, Mary 24 Landsdowne Street, Brockton 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Press Club 4. 

Mullins, Alyce 36 Revere Street, Brockton 

Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 3, 4; S. C. A. 4. 

Mulvey, Jeannette 135 North Williams Street, Fairhaven 

■W. A. A. Activity Director 2, Representative 1, Secretary 3, Vice President 4; 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 2, 3, 4; S. C. A. 1, 4; Assistant Circula- 
tion Manager, Campus Comment 1, 2, Manager 3, 4; Vice President, Dormitory 
Council 4. 

Newcombe, Theo 141 Oakland Avenue, Methuen 

Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4; Treasurer Dormitory Council 4. 

Nicholson, Ethel 470 R Hancock Street, Quincy 

Dramatic Club 3; Kindergarten-Primary Club 3, 4; Press Club 4. 

Oldham, Katherine 535 North Montello Street, Brockton 

Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Library Club 3; W. A. A. 
Governing Board 1, 2, Activity Director 2. 

O'Neil, Ann 112 Union Street, South Weymouth 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Topics-of-the-Day Club 3. 

Passero, Concetta 14 Shawmut Avenue, East Weymouth 

Newman Club 2, 3, 4; Topics-of-the-Day Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4; Kappa Delta 
Pi 4; Campus Comment 2. 

Paltonen, Miriam Prospect Street, Easton 

<36> 



Pitaro, Mary 21 Lowell Street, Brockton 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Topics-of-the-Day Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Day 
Student Vice President 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4. 

Plante, Margeurite 19 Bourne Street, Boston 

Day Student Council Representative 3; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, President 4. 

Powell, Phyllis Lois Street, Middleboro 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Chapel 
Committee 3, 4, Chairman 4. 

Reynolds, Barbara 25 Old Westport Road, North Dartmouth 

Library Club 1; Chapel Committee 4; Press Club 4. 

Roche, Marion 2 Beach Lane, Hingham 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; W. A. A. Governing Board 2; Treasurer, Dormitory 
Council 4. 

Roche, Richard 37 Maple Avenue, Bridgewater 

Dramatic Club 4; Topics-of-the-Day Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Make-up Editor, Campus 
Comment 4; M. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Manager, Baseball Team 1940. 

Rowell, Edith 81 Vine Street, East Weymouth 

Press Club 1, 2, 3; Library Club 4; S. C. A. 3; Day Student Representative 3; 
Dramatic Club 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Art Editor, Alpha 3, 4. 

Ruboy, Lillian 8 Hiawatha Road, Mattapan 

Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Menorah \, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice President 4; Topics- 
of-the-Day Club 1; Campus Comment 4; Library Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4. 

Santry, Ruth 23 Moulton Avenue, North Weymouth 

Press Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President 2; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 

Sheehan, Mary 122 Crescent Street, Quincy 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Hobby Club 1; Dramatic Club 3; W. A. A. Governing 
Board 3; Kindergarten-Primary Club 3, 4; Press Club 3, 4, President 4; Photog- 
raphy Editor, Alpha 4. 

Torrey, Jean 5 Torrey Street, Attleboro 

Kindergarten-Primary Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 2, Vice President 
3, President 4; Class Secretary 4. 

Vogel, Patricia 103 South Street, Randolph 

German Club 1; Press Club 4; Newman Club 4. 

Waterman, Mary 243 North Central Street, East Bridgewater 

Chapel Committee 4; Chairman, Bulletin Boards 4. 

Whiting, Evelyn 52 Oxford Street, Haverhill 

Kindergarten-Primary Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Assistant Art Editor, Alpha 3; 
President, Dormitory Council 4. 

Woodard, Sarah 136 West Street, Elmwood 

Wordell, Doris 5254 Main Street, Fall River 

Garden Club 2, 3; Kindergarten-Primary Club 3; W. A. A. Activity Director 4. 

137} 



a 



citltu 



Arnold, Joseph I. 
Bradford, Edith H. 
Caldwell, Mary Isabel 
Carter, Julia C. 
Crowley, Mary M. 
Davis, Ruth E. 
Davoren, John L. 
Decker, Lois L. . 
Doner, Charles E. 
Graves, E. Irene 
Hill, M. Katherine 
Huffington, Paul 
Hunt, Brenelle 
Kelly, John J. . 
Kelly, T. Leonard 
Lovett, Olive H. 
Low, Ruth Irma 
Lutz, Iva V. 
Maxwell, Clement C. 
McMullen, Pearl 
Nutter, Dorothy D. 
Pope, S. Elizabeth 
Rand, Frieda 
Stearns, Louis C. 
Tyndall, Balfour 
Wood, Frederick L. 



24 Grove Street, Bridgewater 

272 Summer Street, West Somerville 

193 Summer Street, Bridgewater 

49 South Street, Bridgewater 

222 Summer Street, Bridgewater 

318 Summer Street, Bridgewater 

59 Bedford Street, Bridgewater 

21 Church Street, Bridgewater 

43 Scotland Road, Reading 

237 Summer Street, Bridgewater 

49 South Street, Bridgewater 

173 Pleasant Street, Bridgewater 

57 Spring Hill Avenue, Bridgewater 

Gates House, Bridgewater 

43 Belcher Avenue, Brockton 

36 Shaw Road, Bridgewater 

56 Bennett Street, Wakefield 

111 Bedford Street, Bridgewater 

11 State Street, Taunton 

Centerville Estates, Centerville 

145 Mt. Vernon Street, Winchester 

15 Spring Hill Avenue, Bridgewater 

37 Church Street, Bridgewater 

206 Park Avenue, Bridgewater 

17 Hillberg Avenue, Brockton 

9 Alaska Road, Nantasket Beach 



7 • • 



<^>ckvol <z^saci4,ltu 



Allen, Gladys L. 
Borchers, Louise H. 
Lindquist, Evelyn R. . 
Lockwood, Neva I. 
Marks, Mary L. 
Riddell, Grace E. 
Rogers, Gertrude M. 
Sleeper, Helen E. 
Smith, Grace E. 
Thompson, Charlotte H. 
Warner, A. Maybelle 



Columbia Falls, Maine 

15 Clarence Avenue, Bridgewater 

64 Grove Street, Thomaston, Conn. 

12 Maple Avenue, Bridgewater 

37 Church Street, Bridgewater 

32 Quohooy Street, Warren 

49 South Street, Bridgewater 

37 Church Street, Bridgewater 

29 Park Street, Rockland 

93 Charles Street, Fitchburg 

4 Summer Street, Merrimac 



438 > 



Clcu± ^ 194-5 



Bates, Rose 
Begley, Mary 
Benson, Hazel 
Berger, Hilda 
Bezanson, Clyde 
Breene, Bettina 
Capiferri, Mary 
Carroll, Catherine 
Cass, Jane 

Chatterton, Gertrude 
Chianciola, Seraphina 
Clifton, Avis 
Condon, Jean 
Costa, Alda 
Donahue, Elizabeth 
Driscoll, Claire 
Emerson, Claire 
Garrity, Adrienne 
Geary, Eleanor 
Hallisey, Elizabeth 
Hartwell, Constance 
Hogan, Madeline 
Houghton, Ann 
Jenkins, Mellicent 
Joy, Shirley 
Kennefick, Consta.nce 
Kolenda, Helen 
Kremp, Mary 
Lambert, Louise 
Latham, Priscilla Peavey 
Leavitt, Hannah 
Lucas, Helen 
Lucey, Phyllis 
Magliano, Clementine 
McCarthy, Mary 
McCrohan, Catherine 
Moir, Helen 
Morrell, Frances 
Morrisey, Ann 
Morton, Dorothy 
muller, geraldine 
Murray, Regina 
Nicoll, Jean 
Nolan, Edith 
Noyed, Vineta 
Olenick, Mary 



411 South Street, Randolph 

Bedford Street, Lakeville 

830 Main Street, Brockton 

243 Crescent Street, Brockton 

32 Grove Street, Brockton 

299 Bay Street, Taunton 

329 Southern Artery, Quincy 

16 Water Street, Medford 

588 Belmont Street, Brockton 

1215 Riverside Avenue, Somerset 

11 Lookout Street, Gloucester 

79 Roosevelt Avenue, Somerset 

23 Roosevelt Road, Weymouth 

26 Jale Street, Bridgewater 

60 Columbus Avenue, North Easton 

1905 Columbus Avenue, Boston 

95 Beacon Street, Hyde Park 

18 Walker Street, Weymouth 

54 Harrison Avenue, Gloucester 

63 Wheeler Avenue, Brockton 

Elm Street, East Pembroke 

16 Norfolk Road, Holbrook 

83 Jackson Street, North Attleboro 

8 Trefton Drive, East Braintree 

59 Oak Street, Taunton 

9 Highland Street, Gloucester 

72 Richmond Street, Brockton 

Delano Road, Marion 

Jarnes Street, Sandwich 

18 Center Avenue, Taunton 

24 Highland Avenue, Haverhill 
115 Emery Street, Attleboro 

371 Moraine Street, Brockton 

37 Porter Street, Brockton 

124 Ford Street, Brockton 

236 Mt. Pleasant Street, New Bedford 

Main Street, Marshfield Hills 

291 Mechanic Street, Canton 

21 Clarendon Road, Belmont 

250 Sandwich Road, Plymouth 

691 Washington Street, South Braintree 

63 Orchard Street, Randolph 

28 Troy Street, Brockton 

35 Hollingsworth Street, Mattapan 

455 Spring Street, West Bridgewater 

262 Field Street, Brockton 



139} 



Porter, Lorraine 
Radcliffe, Marion 
Reed, Madelyn 
Reilly, Louise 
Reynolds, Anna 
Shanley, Virginia 
Sullivan, Mary . 
Twomey, Mary 
Vickery, Martha 
Walker, Theda 
Waterman, Marilyn 
Watters, Fyrne 
Wells, Dorothy . 
White, Meredith 



114 Heath Street, Jamaica Plain 

5 Wood Street, Plymouth 

Hyannis Park, Hyannis 

30 Spring Hill Avenue, Bridgewater 

31 Rogers Street, Quincy 

Branch Street, Marshfield 

411 Montello Street, Brockton 

1106 Main Street, South Weymouth 

76 Sandwich Street, Plymouth 

. 93 Plymouth Street, Middleboro 

39 Ball Avenue, Bridgewater 

1165 South Street, Bridgewater 

54 Jaffrey Street, Weymouth Heights 

82 West Street, Elmwood 



Acebo, Sinforosa 
Alfieri, Geraldine 
Allen, Ruth 
Almeida, Evelyn 
Averill, Carol . 
Bates, Barbara . 
Belcher, Dorothy 
Boltz, Adele 
Brooks, Dorothy 
Buckley, Margaret 
Bunker, Priscilla 
Burnham, Franceine 
Burns, Frances . 
Capiferri, Margaret 
Casey, Mary 
Cate, Elizabeth 
Chaffin, Vivina . 
Chamberlain, Virginia 
Chapin, Ilsa 
Chatterton, Eunice 
Christofori, Dorothy 
Churchill, Evelyn 
Clayman, Phyllis 
Condon, Mary 
Connell, Dorothea 
Conners, Mary . 
Crowley, Adelaide 
Cunninghem, Geraldin 
Curley, Mary 
Day, Florence 



Cl*u ^ 1946 



34 Grossman Street, Quincy 

38 Brett Street, Brockton 

7 Frankwood Avenue, Beverly 

57 Clinton Street, Fall River 

Base Point Way, Edgartown 

309 King Street, Cohasset 

118 High Street, East Weymouth 

77 School Street, Braintree 

242 Homer Street, Newton Centre 

19 Platts Street, North Abington 

1 Washington Avenue, Oak Bluffs 

71 Perry Street, Stoughton 

264 Elmwood Avenue, Quincy 

329 Southern Artery, Quincy 

110 Philips Street, Wollaston 

71 Marion Road, Watertown 

108 Church Street, Mansfield 

76 North Ash Street, Brockton 

28 Larkspur Street, Springfield 

1215 Riverside Avenue, Somerset 

29 Ball Avenue, Bridgewater 

562 Washington Street, Whitman 

37 Brookledge Street, Roxbury 

278 Moraine Street, Brockton 

7 Abbey Road, Randolph 

517 Cottage Street, New Bedford 

30 Adelaide Street, Jamaica Plain 

149 Liberty Street, Randolph 

11 Ardmore Street, East Braintree 

25 Grove Street, Bridgewater 



140} 



Dias, Mary 
Donovan, Mary . 
Downton, Mildred 
Froio, Patricia . 
Gallagher, Shirley 
Good, Katherine 
Guzzi, Madelyn . 
Hacking, Mildred 
Hamley, Elizabeth 
Holmberg, Janice 
Homen, Louise 
Howard, Martha 
Jackson, Elaine 
Kane, Barbara . 
Kantor, Barbara 
Kelley, Priscilla 
Kennedy, Mary 
Kohler, Eunice . 
Linton, Arlene 
Lougee, Virginia 
Lovell, Vivian 
MacGowen, Jane 
Mack, Marie 
Macomber, Constance 
Maddox, Priscilla 
Mann, Altana 
Mason, Mabel 
Maxim, Edith 
Mazer, Berniss 
Mitchell, Rosella 
mooney, marjorie 
murchie, jeanette 
Murrill, Catherine 
Muther, Barbara 
O'Byrne, Eleanor 
O'Connell, Barbara 
Parry, Shirley 
Poltz, Elsie 
Querze, Lois 
Ring, Dorothea . 
Rosenblatt, Esther 
Russell, Jane 
Salvadore, Evangeline 
Schmidt, Phyllis 
Sheehan, Eileen 
Sheehan, Elizabeth 
Simpson, Phyllis 
Sullivan, Roberta 



57 



4 Wood Street, Fairhaven 
. 86 Bowdoin Street, Lawrence 
108 Massachusetts Avenue, Springfield 
45 Giffbrd Street, Brockton 
14 Crocker Road, Medford 
16 Mill Street, Randolph 
34 Gibson Street, Maiden 
90 Woodlawn Street, New Bedford 

Athol 

111 Warren Avenue, Brockton 

11 O'Conner Street, East Taunton 

15 Pearl Street, North Middleboro 

Green Lane, Edgartown 

475 Liberty Street, Rockland 

28 Cherry Street, Fairhaven 

217 Holbrook Road, North Quincy 

15 Strafford Street, Plymouth 

1121 Main Street, South Weymouth 

Plymouth Street, Carver 

Pleasant Street, Millis 

28 Stanley Street, North Weymouth 

295 Center Avenue, North Abington 

39 Snell Street, Holbrook 

187 County Street, Taunton 

104 Metropolitan Avenue, Roslindale 

11 Allen Avenue, Westfield 

Locust Street, Swansea 

103 Middleboro Road, West Wareham 

22 York Terrace, Brookline 

Jefferson Shores, Buzzards Bay 

66 Raymond Street, Weymouth 

3 Lincoln Street, Somerville 

538 Market Street, Rockland 

216 Pleasant Street, Newton Centre 

386 Pleasant Street, Brockton 

996 Rock Street, Fall River 

68 Woodard Avenue, Brockton 

33 Edna Street, New Bedford 

Westlake Park, Sagamore 

North Central Street, East Bridgewater 

16 Morse Street, Dorchester 

82 Stevens Road, Needham 

32 Roosevelt Avenue, East Bridgewater 

. 86 Willard Street, New Bedford 

62 Chancery Street, New Bedford 

430 Main Street, Bridgewater 

9 Harrison Avenue, Gloucester 

4 Harding Avenue, Bradford 



{41} 



Sweeney, Grace 
tolman, marjorie 
Twoomey, Alice . 
Varros, Mary 



48 Winnefred Road, Brockton 

- . Church Street, Hanover 

23 Drew Avenue, East Weymouth 

22 Glenwood Street, Brockton 



Anderson, Margaret 
Anderson, Ruth 
Andrews, Margaret 
Angeley, Mary 
Bailey, Phyllis 
Barros, Margaret 

BlGNELLl, LOLUSE 

Boffetti, Margaret 
Bolles, Claire 
Bowler, Jean 
Burchard, Janice 
Bunham, Roberta 
Carey, Maureen 
Clark, Marion 
Conant, Louise . 
Crane, Jean 
Cushing, Ruth 
Davidson, Helen 
Douglas, Jean 
Downey, John 
durgin, marjorie 
Fillion, Juliette 
Finnigan, Eileen 
Foley, Louise 
Gerstein, Gertrude 
Ghilardi, Anita . 
Glaser, Muriel 
Gralton, Ruth 
Graves, Frostine 
Guilbault, Marion 
Hansen, Atherleen 
Harrington, Barbara 
Haskell, Marguerite 
Haskins, Anne 
Herman, Jack 
Hummel, Joan 
Jones, Lillian 
Kelly, Lonore 
Kerr, Annette 
Killory, Helen 
kvale, katherine 



Cl<u* ^ 1947 



50 Wessagussett Road, North Weymouth 

25 Louis Street, Hyannis 

63 West Street, Whitman 

37 Center Avenue, Abington 

747 South Street, Bridgewater 

45 Progressive Avenue, West Bridgewater 

28 East Merriniac Street, New Bedford 

Box 223, Park Street, Sagamore 

Heartbreak Road, Ipswich 

41 Ellison Park, Waltham 

79 Broad Street, North Attleboro 

55 Summer Street, Kingston 

133 Edgehill Road, East Braintree 

30 Mt. Pleasant Street, Plymouth 
55 Tanager, Arlington 

14 Spring Hill Avenue, Bridgewater 

East Grove, Middleboro 

48 Rosemont Street, Boston 

Locust Street, Swansea 

Marion Avenue, Swansea 

68 Shaw, Bridgewater 

100 Sixteenth Street, Fall River 

Lakeview Avenue, South Braintree 

57 Highland Street, Norwood 

31 Cherry vale Avenue, Springfield 
186 North, New Bedford 

77 Plymouth Street, Brockton 

155-R Summer Street, Somerville 

55 South Street, Williamsburg 

Turnpike Hill, Montague City 

42 Waldo Street, Brockton 

15 Chestnut Street, Natick 

811 East Street, Dedham 

652 Washington Street, Abington 

916 Crescent Street, Brockton 

25 Federal Street, Springfield 

Plymouth Street, Middleboro 

43 Belcher Avenue, Brockton 

341 North Avenue, North Abington 

6 George Road, Quincy 

56 Linden Place, Brookline 



442 > 



Lagarde, Elizabeth 
Lawday, Phyllis 
Lawson, Carl 
Leavitt, Thelma 
Loheed, Hubert 
Lopes, Margaret 
Mackin, Dorothy 
McCosh, Betsey . 
McNamara, Ann . 
McRevey, Rita . 
Merrill, Dorothy 
Monahan, Margaret 
Montague, Edwina 
Moore, Kathryn 
Morey, Beverly . 
Murphy, Margaret 
Nickerson, Martha 
Novick, Bernice . 
Olsen, Gloria 
Olsen, Virginia .. 
O'Malley, Alice 
Packer, Elsie 
Painter, Dorothy 
Paquette, Lucille 
Parsons, Harriet 
Parsons, Thelma 
Peck, Jeanne 
Pinel, Virginia . 
Potter, Lois 
Randall, Priscilla 
Raymon, Thomas 
Redgate, Ann 
Roper, Elizabeth 
Rowell, Muriel . 
Scoble, Barbara 
Shorthall, Patricia 
Shugrue, Betty Ann 
Smarsh, Helen 
Smialek, Irene 
Soule, Katherine 
Sullivan, Mary . 
Theberge, Grace 
Thiesing, Margaret 
Walsh, Anna 
Walsh, Ruth 
Warren, Barbara 
Webster, Jean 
Werlin, Phyllis . 
Wickles, Marie . 



216 Walnut Street, Stoughton 

372 Court Street, Plymouth 

99 Carroll Avenue, Brockton 

734 North Street, Randolph 

F.P.D. No. 3, North Middleboro 

221 Middleboro Road, West Wareham 

19 Sherman Street, Brockton 

State Road, Manomet 

77 Franklin Street, Haverhill 

West Brookfield 

43 Winthrop Street, North Abington 

140 Main Street, Wareham 

439 Main Street, Hyannis 

195 Pleasant Street, Bridgewater 

Prospect Street, Mattapoisett 

56 Stockman Street, Springfield 

Richardson Avenue, Attleboro 

17 Bartlett Crescent, Brookline 

68 Granite Street, Melrose 

58 Custer Street, Rockland 

26 Press Avenue, Norwood 

Mill Street, Swansea 

520 West Center, West Bridgewater 

214 South Main, Attleboro 

22 Martin Avenue, Franklin 

34 Adams Place, South Weymouth 

Pickville Road, Chelburne 

25 Roosevelt Road, Weymouth 

West Main Street, Ware 

131 Kensington Lane, Swampscott 

Orleans Road, Chatham 

38 Lawrence Street, Brockton 

17 Marion Avenue, Brockton 

1039 Plymouth Avenue, Fall River 

203 Washington Street, Islington 

29 Pleasant Street, Braintree 

19 Blossom Street, Bradford 

390 Bedford Street, Middleboro 

338 Globe Street, Fall River 

74 North Street, Middleboro 

24 May Street, East Braintree 

107 Sycamore Street, New Bedford 

73 Allston Street, Cambridge 

67 Addison Avenue, Brockton 

43 Clarence Avenue, Bridgewater 

87 Groveland Street, Springfield 

155 Florence Road, Waltham 

407 Central Street, Saugus 

. Main Street, Hatfield 



{43} 



PROPHETT 

William C. Prophett, Undertaker 

98 Bedford Street 
Bridgewater, Mass. 



DORR'S PRINT SHOP 

Dependable Printing Service 

Printers of the Campus Comment 

Bridgewater, Mass. 



BRADY'S DINER 

WISHES 

GOOD LUCK AND SUCCESS 

to the 

GRADUATING CLASS 

of 1944 



EASTERN GRAIN COMPANY 

Bridgewater, Mass. 

Distributor of Wirthmore Feeds 

Use Wirthmore Feeds for Best Results 

Wirthmore Poultry Feeds 
Wirthmore Eairy and Stock Feeds 



ROLLINS SMART APPAREL 

207 Main Street 
Brockton, Mass. 



M. H. CHURCHILL 

Central Square 
Bridgewater, Mass. 

Headquarters for Gordon Hosiery 



REYNOLDS PRINTING 

Distinctive Printing 
New Bedford, Mass. 



FAMOUS GOWN SHOP 

187 Main Street 
Brockton, Mass. 

Coats, Suits and Dresses 
Sportswear - Millinery 

Everything for the Bride 



Grace Abbott Teachers Agency 

The Grace M. Abbott Teachers Agency 
120 Boylston Street Boston, Mass. 

GRACE M. ABBOTT, Manage,- 
Member National Association of Teachers Agencies 

BRIDGEWATER SAVINGS BANK 

Bridgewater, Massachusetts 

A Mutual Savings Bank 
Incorporated 1872 

CENTRAL SQUARE PHARMACY 

To the Graduating Class . . . 

Congratulations and Best Wishes for a 
Successful Future 

The Rexall Store 
Bridgewater, Massachusetts 



The Fisk Teachers Agency 

Boston Office 120 Boylston Street 

Marjorie P. Ticknor, Manager Women s Department 
Louise H. Essery, Manager Mens Department 



Compliments of 

C K. GROUSE CO. 

North Attleboro, Massachusetts 
MAKERS OF THE COLLEGE RINGS 



The Cary Teachers Agency 
of Boston 

Rose Estelle Bradbury, Manager 

14 Beacon Street 
Boston 8, Mass. 

Member National Association oj 
Teachers Agencies 



DAIKER NURSERIES 

FLOWER SHOP 

Corsages - Hair Ornaments 

Cut Flowers of all Kinds 

We wire flowers anytime, anywhere 

911 Summer Street Bridgewater 

Tel. 937 

Members of Florist Telegraph Delivery 
Association 



CAPITOL THEATRE BRIDGEWATER 

Up to the minute Motion Picture Entertainment 
For the Entire Family 
Sundays and Holidays Continuous 
Matinees daily at 2.00 p.m. 



Evenings from 6.45 to 11.00 



© 



Setter 

6x>6 anc/*fffirriett ha// food 



routes /8 and 106 Elmujood since /926 'Tel. 353 E.Bridgeovater. 
( cue do not serve uiines or /iquors ) 




Compliments of a Friend 




atb ^>tubto 



18 NEWBURY STREET 
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS 



^ 



School and College Photographers 

Completely equipped to render the highest 

quality craftsmanship and an expedited 

service on both personal portraiture and 

photography for college annuals. 



^ 



PHOTOGRAPHERS TO THE CLASS OF 1944 
Patrons may obtain duplicates at any time 



REED TEACHERS AGENCY 

Your Whole Future 
will be affected by your success in 
Your First Position 
Let us help you select the place for which you are 
best suited just as we have helped so many others. 

WHY NOT ENROLL NOW? WRITE US FOR PARTICULARS. 



120 Boylston Street 



FRED REED, Owner 



Boston, Mass. 



Compliments of 

Stengels Incorporated 

4 Central Square 



Compliments of 

PORTER'S 



227-229 Main Street 



Brockton, Mass. 



Junior, Misses, and Women's Apparel 





HYMAN'S FURNTIURE CO. 


EDGAR'S 


Complete Home Furnishings 


195 North Main Street 


50 Central Square 


Brockton, Mass. 


Bridgewater, Mass. 




Hyman T. Gotshalk, Prop. 


MOORE'S DRUG STORE 


THE FIELD COMPANY 




290 Montello Street 


Best of Luck . . . 


Brockton, Mass. 


To all the 1944 Graduates 




Just a swell bunch of kids to me 


Simpson Spring Beverages 


• 


Confectionary at Wholesale 



wsm 



H 

HP 












■ ■ 









HI 






■ 









^M 



mm 



HnHnHK 



H